A UMD panel discussion on the life and works of Herman Maril as part of the exhibition Herman Maril: The Strong Forms of Our Experience, currently on view at the University of Maryland Art Gallery.
The University of Maryland Center for Art Knowledge at The Phillips Collection will host a panel discussion about Herman Maril, the important Maryland-based modernist. Duncan Phillips “discovered” Maril in 1933, kicking off the artist’s long and successful career as a painter and an art professor at the University of Maryland.
Ann Prentice Wagner, Curator of Drawings at the Arkansas Arts Center, is the curator of the exhibition Herman Maril: The Strong Forms of Our Experience, currently on view at the University of Maryland Art Gallery. Other speakers at the Symposium include: Taras W. Matla, Assistant Director of the University of Maryland Art Gallery; Christine McCarthy, Executive Director of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum in Provincetown, Massachusetts; Melissa Renn, Collections Manager of the Harvard Business School Art Collection; and Richard Klank, Professor of Painting and Art Theory at the University of Maryland and a friend and colleague of the artist.